GPS Portable
Navigation Device
Lx340
User Manual
Please read this manual before you start using this device Thanks
for purchasing our product.. When you use this device, you are
supposed to learn well of this product.
The information in this manual has been verified for its accuracy. But
no liability will be applied for the correctness of mapping data of
navigation, technical and/or editorial interpretation or illustration, or
the printing and translation of this manual, nor liable for any
consequence or incidental damages caused by using this manual.
This device is a complicated technical product consisting of OS and
Navigation software. The manufacturers h a ve p a i d s u f f i c i e n t
a t t e n t i o n t o a n d f u l f i l l its duty in its hardware manufacture
processing and in development and/or application of the software so as
to ensure the device work properly. If there is any malfunction or
defective of the device, the manufacturer will provide a warranty for the
congenital quality problem, but not covering for any loss or damage of
property, or any consequence caused by or related to using this
device.
The navigation software and mapping data is provided by MapmyIndia.
Its copyright is protected by laws. A User can only use on this device,
any copying or application of the software for other purpose is not
allowed.
No explicit and/or implicit guarantee or assurance will be applicable
for the validity, integrity, correctness, accuracy of mapping data for
navigation used on this device, nor liability for any loss, damage,
and/or any consequence caused by or related to defective mapping
data or software used on this device.
CAUTION :Considering the hot weather conditions in India especially during
summer, when car is parked which means AC in car is also not operative, the
Temperature inside in car easily goes above 55C.Keeping the device at such
high temperature for prolong period of time may affect the device and it's
battery. Hence it is strictly advisable to take the device along with you in
such conditions.
General tips for GPS application
The following content is tips for GPS device application and
operation. Please read it before starting use of the GPS device,
so that you may make a better use of the GPS device.
While the GPS device is working, it receives signal from satellites for
positioning. The signal from satellite may not be received, or be
weakened in room, nearby some big buildings, or under overhead
bridges.
When the GPS device is receiving satellite signals, you will get signals
from different satellites when you are in different places, this is called
"Satellite Path", a "Satellite Path" only covers a range of 300 KM. If a
"Satellite Path" is defined at place A, then turn off the device and move
to another place beyond 300 KM away from A, the device is under
another "Satellite Path", At this moment, the device needs to search
for satellite signal again. To track the new "Satellite Path", this will
take quite a long time. To save time for this searching, you may click
"GPS Reset" button in menu of "GPS Testing" to clear the previous
“Satellite Path".
It will be difficult and taking more time to catch positioning signal from
satellite during high speed driving. It is suggested to search the
positioning signal by stopping your car for a better and safer effect.
While charging the device, please only use the travel charger or car
charger equipped by the manufacturer in its original package. Other
chargers may cause damage to this device, and this damage is not
covered by our warranty.
Warnings:
Please install the device in a right way to avoid driver's sight and airbag
to be hindered. Any loss or damage of product, passengers, or other
property caused by mistakes of mounting or installing of the device will
be not covered within the warranty and not be the responsibility of the
manufacturer.
Please not put on earphone and operate the device when you drive or
ride a bike to ensure your safety.
Please consult with airline crew for application of the device if you
want to use it during flight.
Please keep the device far away from strong magnetic field which may
cause damage or malfunction to the device.
Please protect the device from being dropped, shocked or scratched
on or by hard objects to avoid possible damages (scratches on the
device face, loose contact of the battery, data loss or other hardware
part broken) to the device.
Please not use earphone with a continuous and large volume for long
time, set the volume at a moderate loudness and use it not for a long
time to avoid possible damage to your ear audibility.
Please not use chemical solution or cleaner to clean the device to
avoid possible damage to the paint and polish of its surface.
When the device is used as a mobile storage device, please follow right
procedures of file management operation to copy or transfer files. The
warranty does not cover any mistake, or damage, or loss of files
It will be better for you to make a backup copy of your personal files in
the device into your PC or laptop in time
It is prohibited to use higher voltage power supply, to bent or squeeze
the power cord with big force so as to avoid possible damage and
overheat resulting in fire
Never use wet hands to pull out or plug in the power plug to avoid
possible electric shock
Not use the device in an environment over 60℃, or below -10℃, and with high
humidity as well. Considering the hot weather conditions in India especially
during
summer, when car is parked which means AC in car is also not operative,
the temperature inside in car easily goes above 55C.Keeping the device at such
high temperature for prolong period of time may affect the device and it's
battery. Hence it is strictly advisable to take the device along with you in
such conditions.
The content of this manual is subject to definition, or interpretation, or
modification from time to time for improvement on features and
function without prior notice.
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Table of Contents
1.0 Understanding Hardware Features…………………………………………………………. 7
2.0 Illustrations on screen display...................................................................................... 8
2.1(Projector Screen)......................................................................................................... 8
2.2 Secondary UI (Projector Screen)................................................................................. 8
3.0 Multimedia……………………………………………………………………………............ 9
3.1 Flash Playback............................................................................................................. 9
3.2 Video Playback............................................................................................................ 10
3.3 Music Playback………………………………………………………………………………. 11
3.4 Button and control in Play Mode…………………………………………………………... 12
3.5 Exit from Music play………………………………………………………………………… 12
4.0 Photo Display…………………………………………………………………………….......12
5.0 GPS Test…………………………………………………………………………………....... 13
6.0 System Setting……………………………………………………………………………..... 14
6.1 Language Setting…………………………………………………………………………..... 15
6.2 Backlight setting……………………………………………………………………………... 15
6.3 Power Management………………………………………………………………………..... 16
6.4 Sound Setting………………………………………………………………………………... 16
6.5 Time Setting…………………………………………………………………………………... 17
6.6 System Resources…………………………………………………………………………… 17
6.7 Coordinates Calibration……………………………………………………………………… 17
7.0 USB…………………………………………………………………………………………… 18
8.0 Game………………………………………………………………………………………..…. 18
9.0 eBook Reading………………………………………………………………………………. .19
10.1 Bookmark…………………………………………………………………………………... 19
10.2 Jump to the appointed page…………………………………………………………… …. 20
11.1 Charging…………………………………………………………………………………… 20
11.2 Charger Application…………………………………………………………………………. 21
11.3 Power On/Off the device……………………………………………………………………. 21
11.4 Sleeping & Power off……………………………………………………………………….. 21
11.5 Waking -up from the sleep mode…………………………………………………………… 22
Specifications
Trouble Shooting Steps
Getting Started
1.0 Understanding Hardware Features
Front Components
1
Ref
Component
1)
Touch Screen
Description
Displays t h e
your
device
Screen
output
Tap
of
the
with your fingertip
to select menu
Back Components
1
1
1
2
3
1
5
1
Ref
Component
4
Description
1
Headphone Connector
Connects to stereo headphones
2
Micro SD Slot
Slot for SD card
3
Mini USB Slot
Connects To USB Cable
4
Reset
To Reset the device
5
Speaker
To play audio
Top Components
ON/OFF
Ref
1
Component
On/Off Switch
Description
The main power/battery cut off switch
2.0 Illustrations on screen display:
System UI
2.1(Projector Screen)*
Under this UI, click icon down the screen to enter the function page.
Then there will be Looped playback of cartoon, click it to entry this
function. If you click the icons beside the function icon you can enjoy the
cartoons. If you click the arrow up the corner you can turn pages to
view, which accompanies the cartoon at the same time.
*The UI pic shown above may differ from actual UI pic
Secondary UI
2.2(Projector Screen)
In this interface, click the icons on the screen to enter the corresponding
functions; and click the arrow on the right bottom to turn the page. There
will be an animation effect when turning the page.
3.0 Multimedia
3.1 Flash Playback
This is to play flash in your PND.
Operation:
On system main menu, click the icon
to entry the function of Media
player, click
icon, to get into Flash playing mode,
then file selection UI will be shown on screen:
on this UI, click
button to search Flash files not in selected folder;
click
button to close this window and exit Flash palying mode;
double click, or select then click
button to open thie selected file.
Control buttons in playing mode:
:Play, in Pause or Stop mode, press this button to play;
:Pause, in Play mode, pressing this button to pause;
:Stop, in Play mode, pressing this button to stop;
:Fast Forward, in Play mode, pressing this button to get fast forward once;
:Fast Retreat, in Play mode, pressing this button to fast retreat once;
:Full Screen, pressing this button for full screen play;
:Return, pressing this button to return back to system main menu from playing mode;
:Sound Settings, Click the button to change into mute, in which
status the sound icon will change to Click the mute icon to
back to its normal status and the sound icon will back to
at
the same time.
In full screen, tool bar will be hidden at screen bottom,
you may get it by tapping on the screen.
3.2 Video Playback
This feature is for video file playing, with the formats: AVI, MPEG,
MPG, ASX, DAT,ASF and WMV.
Operation:
On system main menu, click the icon
to entry the function of Media
player, click
icon to enter into Video Playback
application. Display of UI for file selection:
On this UI, click
button to search video files not listed in the appointed
video file folder; Click
button to close and exit from Video Playback
application; Double click or select and click
open and play this file.
button to
UI and button definition:
Play
Next
Pause
Previous
Stop
Full screen display
Close
Play Progression, drag to a point to start play
Volume tune, click anterior
status, click it again to resume
to set into mute
In full screen display, the tool bar at screen bottom will be
hidden, you can slightly tap on screen to get it.
It will take a few minutes to search fies when video play
mode starts if this application has not been used for a
long time.
3.3 Music Playback
This is for Music Playback with format of MP3, WMA, WAV.
Operation:
On system main menu, click the icon
to entry the function of Media
player, click
icon to play music. Screen display
is shown as the illustration below:
On this UI, click
button to search for music files not in selected
folder; click
button to close this window and exit music play mode;
double click, or select then click
button to play this music file.
Music play mode is displayed as following diagrams:
3.4 Button and control in Play Mode:
In music play mode, click
Button
; At this time click
button to pause, then it becomes Play
button, music play mode will
return again; click
button to stop; click
the next one, click
button to jump to the previous one; click
button to switch Repeat mode; click
button will become
, click
button to jump to
button to set mute, then this
again to recover.
3.5 Exit from Music play
Click
button at the upper right corner to exit
4.0 Photo Display
This is for Photo Display with format JPG stored in an SD card.
Operation:
On system main menu, click
icon to enter into Photo Display
function. Display of UI for file selection:
On this UI, click
button to search photo files not listed in the
appointed photo file folder; click
button to close current UI and exit
Photo Display function; double click or select then click
or play this file. Display shown as the right illustration:
button to open
Then, click
or
button to select previous or next photos; click
or button to zoom in or zoom out photo; click button for
full screen display. In full screen display, tap the screen again to exit
full screen display; click
button to select display of different
percentage. Click the button
you can Ctrl-Shift-R or Ctrl-R the
photo.
is for selecting to set automatic or manual mode to turn
page of display.
Exit Photo Display
Click the button
on upper right corner to exit.
5.0 GPS Test
It is to check some data, such as the strength of receiving signal, and
the numbers of satellites.
Operating method:
In the system UI, click the icon
to open GPS Testing.
It will display as follows:
All information in this interface are instant information. For details, please
refer to those of the device.
GPS reset:
There will be different satellites in different places correspondingly
when the GPS navigation equipment is receiving the geosynchronous
satellite signal. This is called “Ephemeris”. An ephemeris covers a
range of 300KM. When you have set the “Ephemeris” in place A and
shut down the equipment to take it beyond 300KM, the equipment will
be in another ephemeris, and start searching for the satellite to
ascertain the ephemeris. This may cost a lot of time. Clicking "Reset"
button before searching would save much time.
6.0 System Setting
This is for system setting to change default setting of the system to
your personal preference.
Operation:
On system main menu, click
icon to enter into system setting.
Screen display is shown as the illustration below:
In system setting, there 9 items for setting, click directly each item to
change setting for it. Details will be described one by one below.
6.1 Language Setting
This is for setting of system language; screen display is shown as the
illustration below:
Click the icons of the corresponding language in
this interface or choose the interface project, the
system will save the setup automatically when the
setup is closed, and return to the previous menu. (The system will be
required to restart after the interface project is changed.)
6.2 Backlight setting
This is for changing backlight brightness of the device screen display,
and time to start screen saver when no operation on the device.
Screen display is shown as the illustration below:
Then, drag the slide block to set. Select No Screen Saver, then the screen
saver will be disabled. After setting, close the current window to save.
6.3 Power Management
This is for setting auto power off and/or power saving mode, and time to
start power off and/or power saving when no operation on the device.
In drag menu to select time, select “No” for disabling this feature. After
setting, close the current window to save.
6.4 Sound Setting
This is for setting of beeping of power on, button operation on screen,
and total volume. After entering into this UI, screen display is shown as
the illustration below:
Click “Screen sound” in this interface to enable or disable the sound of
screen operations, “Open TTS” is to enable the speech broadcasting
function. TTS speech engine gives a clear broadcasting of the
function name every time you enter into a
function. English and Chinese speeches are supported for the moment.
You can listen to the sound by clicking the start-up sound directly; and
the general volume can be adjusted by dragging the slide directly.
User-defined start-up music
In the present interface, click "customize Sound" then its dialog window
will show up, illustrated as below:
"Nand Flash" is the inside memory of the device, "SDMMC" is the SD card.
So the start-up music can be selected from both of them. Select one,click
the button
to confirm, then back to the upper-level interface.
6.5 Time Setting
This is for setting time of the system. After entering into this UI, screen
display is shown as the illustration below:
On this UI, click button on the screen to set. After setting, close the
current window to save.
6.6 System Resources
This is for checking system resources:
On this UI, click directly at the item on the right to check.
6.7 Coordinates Calibration
This is for calibrating the stylus coordinates on touch screen. After
entering into this UI, screen display is shown as the illustration below:
On this UI, use stylus to tap at the center of the cross, then tap on
other crosses which will move after each tapping until finish and
“Touch Screen Calibration Completed” is shown.
7.0 USB
This is to set the mode when the USB interface of the device is connected
to the computer, in which “U disk” is to set the device as the portable
memory, and “ACTIVESYNC” is to use the device for program debug.
Pictures are shown as below:
Click the desired connection mode and close the window to save the
chosen mode.
8.0 Game
On system main menu, click
icon to enter into Game.
Screen display is shown as the illustration below:
In this state, click the game icon on the screen to enter the game.
For details on how to play the game, see the help information that
will be available after you enter the game.
9.0 eBook Reading
This if for eBook Reading with format .txt stored in an SD card.
Operation:
On system main menu, click
button to enter into eBook Reading
application. Display of UI for file selection:
On this menu, click
button to search for txt files not in selected
folder; click
button to close this window and exit file reading mode;
double click button, or select then click
The screen display is shown as follows:
Click
or
button to open this file.
button to turn page up or down; “Manual/Automatic” is
set for selecting Manual or Automatic page turning; Font is for
selecting letter size of display.
10.1 Bookmark
This is for bookmark in reading a voluminous article, marking or
jumping to the last time marked page, a humanized design for
convenience while reading.
Operation:
In eBook Reading mode, click right
button to enter into bookmark
setting, display of dialogueblock is shown as in the illustration below:
Click
button to set a bookmark for the current page. Directly click
selected bookmark stored in the dialogue block to remove this
bookmark; click
button to jump to the bookmarked page. Click
button to exit bookmark setting and return back to eBook Reading
mode.
10.2 Jump to the appointed page
This is for jumping to the appointed page when reading a voluminous
article and no bookmark is set.
Operation: In eBook Reading mode, click right
button to enter into
Jump function, display of dialogue block is shown as in the illustration
below:
Click the number key on screen to input the page number to jump to,
when inputting, click
button to backspace for deleting; click
button to clear input block, after inputting page number click
to jump to the page of selected number.
11.0 Battery Status Icon:
Full=======================================>Drained
When the battery is at low power level, please charge it
immediately to ensure the device work normally.
11.1 Charging:
button
Warnings for charging:
1. A new battery may be empty and not charged before you get the device.
2. To achieve the best performance of the battery, it is better to charge
it up to 8 hours in the first three times, but not over 16 hours.
3. In normal charging with DC charger, please make sure to charge it
for 2 – 2.5 hours to get it fully charged.
A new battery will reach its best performance after a number
cycles of charging and discharging.
If the device is not used for long time, it is better to charge
it to full capacity every 2 or 3 months during storage.
If not using the device for a long time, it is wise to take out
the battery.
11.2 Charger Application:
DC Charger:
Take out the DC charger, plug it into the wall outlet with AC 220V(100V
~240V), then plug in the DC jack into the device DC-in jack.(see the
illustration below).
Car Lighter Charger:
Please insert the car charger into car cigarette lighter jack, then plug
into the USB jack(see the illustration below).
When you use car charger, please start car engine first, then
connect it to the device to avoid possible damage to the
device due to overloaded pulse current during ignition.
Please pull it out when you stop the engine, and plug it in
again after next ignition.
11.3 Power On/Off the device
In power off status, slide the power switch to "ON" position to turn on
the device, then the OSD will be displayed on screen.
11.4 Sleeping & Power off
In power-on mode, press the power button on the device for 3-5 seconds
then the sleeping mode or confirmation for power-off screen will display
as follows:
In this UI click the button
will be in sleeping mode, click the button
will power off; click the button
normal operation.
to exit the UI and back to
11.5 Waking -up from the sleeping
When in sleeping mode, a short press on the power-on button of the
device will wake up the system.
When in sleeping mode, all the procedure in operation will
pause but will back to normal status after waking up.
Specifications
CPU
SiRF Atlas V
Memory
2GB
Chip
GRF3i+
Antenna
Built-in folded antenna
Memory Card
Applicable for a Maximum up to 8GB SD card
Screen Type
TFT Touch Screen
Screen Size
4.3 inch
Screen Color
65K colors
Dot Matrix Display
480*272
Extension Slot
SD
Battery Type
Removable Li-polymer batter
Battery Capacity
950mAh
Trouble Shooting Steps
No.
Fault
Possible Cause
Solutions
1
No power on
Battery drained (The screen
Please refer to the description of
has no further display after a
battery charging in this manual,
2
Dead Unit
blink when pressing power
only use the enclosed charger to
on button.)
charge the device.
The start interface stays on
Take out the battery, then put it
the screen for long time
back, start the device again.
Without changing.
No display of the screen, or
Press and hold the power on
display on screen is frozen
button for 5 seconds, then
as any button is pressed.
Release it to power on.
Take out the battery, then put it
Back, start the device again.
3
Error in upgrade
Dead or frozen during
This fault can only be fixed by
upgrade, display on the
the manufacturer. Please return
screen is frozen and no
for repair.
button works.
4
Impossible to
During charging, the green
If the charger is connected
recharge
LED indicator of the device
Properly and powered.
has no light or no charging
Charger is damaged.
sign displayed on the
Battery is damaged or full
screen.
Charged.
It is normal when the green LED
is lit on but the charging sign is
not on the screen at the same
time during charging.